DB’s Johnsson: perceptions of our ECM franchise have changed

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By Jasper Cox
29 Jul 2020

Deutsche Bank on Wednesday released a stellar set of results for origination for the second quarter, compared with consensus estimates, its previous results and to a lesser extent competitors. Henrik Johnsson, co-head of European banking and capital markets, said that the bank’s strengths became more valuable during the coronavirus crisis.

The bank said its market share across origination and advisory in the first half of the year was 2.5%, versus 2.3% in the first half of 2019, referencing Dealogic data.

“The dislocation in the markets due to Covid has meant that some of the things that Deutsche ...

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